0C18RWUGADN159 Women’s wave inspire sixteen waveknit running shoe avenue

(8 customer reviews)


  • imported
  • rubber sole
  • shaft measures approximately low-top from arch
  • this favorite balance trainer with a waveknit higher is a workhorse. Use for fast tune workout routines all the manner as much as a marathon distance
  • smoothride aid wave brings a super stability of cushion and lightness in every step
  • top class sockliner for accelerated cushioning and comfort
  • all new waveknit top for a tender and breathable suit
  • x10 outersole for increased sturdiness

from the producer

product description

for the first time, the encourage sixteen gets our modern wave knit top production that offers both stretch and aid for dynamic, herbal movement. Impact-soaking up midsole and smooth experience assist wave era carry a perfect balance of cushion and lightness to every step, together with smoother transitions. Take your every day runs to the subsequent level with the remaining in overall performance and comfort. Drop: 12 mm


6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12


Ballerina-snow White, Black/White, Enamel Blue-medieval Blue, Nimbus Cloud-phantom

8 reviews for 0C18RWUGADN159 Women’s wave inspire sixteen waveknit running shoe avenue

  1. Katawampas

    This is a really good running shoe. It is an update of the Wave Inspire 15. I’ve worn the 15 & eventually wore them out. I prefer this new version. It’s not vastly different but there are definite improvements.The Wave Inspire is a “Stability Runner” – made for people who pronate/roll in & need a bit more support. That’s me. These shoes work well for keeping my feet steady. It’s accomplished with the double wave plate that you see in the sole. It gently “bounces” your foot back instead of just holding it stiffly out. I like the feel but some runners prefer that more stiff feel from other brands.The soles are the same as the 15’s – good & durable. The 15’s took me thru many miles & held up really well so I expect these to do the same.The 16 feels softer than the 15. It not a huge difference but it does feel softer & more cushioned. I tend to hit the ground hard so I like this small improvement.The upper is new & is made of a seamless, double-layer, mesh fabric. It breathes really well, is supportive & very comfortable – this is a definite improvement IMO. The upper of the 15 was the part I liked the least. I have a small bunion on one foot so I could feel the seams after a few miles. I don’t have that problem with the seamless 16. And I have to mention, these are gorgeous running shoes. I love the color & look of theseThese have a very good heel fit – Mizuno is known for that. These hold the heel steady & feel great.The fit is pretty much true to size but if anything, it runs maybe a half size small. I have these in 8.5 & that is my usual size. These fit comfortably & I can wiggle my toes in the generous toe box. I usually wear thin socks so the fit is fine. It would be slightly snug with thick socks. The insole is spongy & removable.The laces are not too long & they stay tied. I hate really long laces so that is good IMO. The tongue is padded. The tongue is the one thing I’m not wild about. It is thick & it is sewn into the inside which leaves a bit of hump over my small bunion. It doesn’t hurt but I can feel it. I’m thinking about snipping the edge off the tongue in that zone. It feels great on my other foot with no bunion.Read more

  2. Katherine

    I purchased these new shoes to help with shin splints. I have started jogging again, and I need extremely good quality balanced/supportive shoes to fight back against leg pain. I also have Hoka’s, and I much prefer these shoes. Will be buying them again!Read more

  3. Crystal

    I don’t know if its just my feet but I have worn this model for years…with the newest upgrade (to this specific number) my usual size was too small. I usually run/walk/jog in my old MIzunos, ordered same size was way too small. They did replace with next size up, but now a bit too big 🙁 I’m wondering if they changed sizing to account for the waffle texture having maybe more stretch (so they downsized it). I dont know but I’m bummed because I’ve worn for years and now they are sloshy in the larger size :(Read more

  4. JCJ

    This is a good walking shoe for those who might have more pain in their heel. The heal is elevated with support. However, their is more pressure under the toes when walking or running over 3 miles. It’s not noticeable at first. The shoe does have support and is comfortable but not as good as my ASICS runners, so I end up not wearing them as much. I think trying more supportive socks for the toe area might help. I recommend going up 1/2 size for these. I wear a 9 and bought 9.5.Read more

  5. MaryLynn Esposito

    I always buy mizuno wave inspire 16. Or the Brooks adrenalines. They feel on my fit comfortable on my arch support.Read more

  6. Ashley S

    Bought these because they showed up on a list as a good stability shoe for runners who overpronate. I usually run in Brooks Adrenaline. These are lighter than the Adrenaline and less supportive, but still good for short run days. I typically wear a size 9 shoe, but these are just a little too snug. Not enough to return them, but I wish I’d gotten the 9.5 or 9W.Read more

  7. Laure Chipman

    I ended up returning these – a size 9B fits the same as a Saucony 8 1/2 Narrow. Was looking for some super squishy shoes because I think I have a stress fracture and want extra softness. While the sole, the heel in particular, is very cushioned, the shoes weren’t as soft and comfy as they looked. Also, I have relatively high arches, and these are really flat in the arch – but if you switch out the insoles, there isn’t enough space in the shoe. For the price, I didn’t want to have to experiment with arch supports to get a good fit.Read more

  8. Pete B.

    I love Mizuno’s and have never had a problem with them. These however run small and have a tight feel. I wore them around the house for three hours to try them out and they were comfortable on my heels but the stitching on top was so tight that my toes started tingling, I loosened them thinking I may have tied them to tight which helped a bit but the seam still rubbed the top of my foot. Like other users I feel like these are shorter and more narrow than past Mizuno shoes I have worn.ReturnRead more

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